Trinity's story

Charting at number 62 on the iTunes Country Charts was just one of the highlights of the last year for Variety Heart Scholarship Recipient Trinity, 15.

“I released my debut single “Me and Sandy”, in August 2018, which charted at number 62 on the iTunes Country Charts, was played extensively overseas in France, Norway and Denmark and even reached number 18 on the Tasmanian country charts for 8 weeks!” said Trinity

Trinity has spent a lot of time on stage as well this last year attending her first ever Gympie Muster, being part of the Carter and Carter’s ‘Taste of Tamworth Tour’, as part of the Bella Choir at Tilligerry Carols (backing Australian country legends like Gina Jeffreys, Lyn Bowtell, Karen O’Shea and Kate Ballentine). Trinity has even broken her own record with 23 appearances at the 2019 Tamworth Country Music Festival. Even Variety asked Trinity to take to the stage, asking her to perform at the Variety NSW Bash Family Fun Day in May.

In 2018 Trinity received a Variety Heart Scholarship in The Arts for her songwriting.

The Scholarship was awarded to cover lessons, tuition, courses, equipment and accommodation.